8 Cunningham Road,
"Epping""Epping" is a prime 1,212 Acres or 490.46 Hectares situated on the town boundary of Wilga, consisting of 5 titles. The first part of the property has been held by the family of the current owner for over 100 years with the most recent purchase being done in 1984/1985. Situated in a very reliable area with the recent average rainfall considered in the region of 650-700 mm. The productive soil types support large Jarrah, Marri with small areas of White Gum, with the terrain being only very slightly undulating.
"Epping" has an excellent water supply throughout, having 30 dams, 5 wells and 7 soaks, properties with this amount of water are hard to find.
The property is currently running sheep and would be ideal for cattle. The only cropping done annually is 40 hectares - 100 acres for fodder.
A fertiliser programme has been undertaken in recent years to ensure continued pasture improvement and production to boost the carrying capacity along with wool cut per head.
"Epping" is considered highly developed with sound grazing amongst any timbered areas.
The buildings consist of a good sized shearing shed with power along with another combination shearing facility with yards and machinery storage. Another machinery shed with power connected, workshop with concrete floor and power.
There is also a good condition under cover sheep handling yard designed to work the sheep as easily as possible.
The 3 bedroom home on the property is barely in fair condition and is in need of renovation.
There are also some silos.
"Epping" is offered to the market at the firm price of $2.5 M with recent sales evidence showing that the price is "well and truly on the money".
"Properties of this type and size are hard to find being located within easy reach of Boyup Brook, Donnybrook, Bridgetown, Collie and Balingup and having a considered reliable rainfall."
A full 'Information Memorandum' is available on request.
For further details and inspection arrangements contact:
John Wilson 0428 866 033 or
Jeff Heath 0429 311 223